The Benefits of Combining Treatments: Ultherapy with Dermal Fillers and/or Neuromodulators

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Let’s explore the one-two punch of combining Ultherapy with Dermal Fillers or Botox

Ultherapy is a non-surgical medical device that uses safe ultrasound technology to lift and tighten the skin naturally. Ultherapy delivers energy to different depths in the skin, causing the body to stimulate collagen.  Ultherapy can be used on the face, neck and chest.  The process is safe, effective and requires no downtime.  Our patients simply love the results

Botox and dermal fillers (Juvederm or Restylane) help the skin’s appearance by reducing fine lines, wrinkles, and volume deficits. Many of our clients are familiar with Botox and dermal fillers such as Restylane and Juvederm, but they may not be aware of the compounded benefit of pairing these with Ultherapy.

While each of these non-surgical treatments have great benefits, when done together over a period of a week or two, they have both immediate and long lasting results for our patients.  Let me explain how:

Our patients should first come in for an Ultherapy treatment.  Ultherapy stimulates your body to produce your own collagen.  Receiving an Ultherapy treatment alone can take up to three months for a patient to see full results.  However, when patients add a Botox or filler treatment in the following week or two, they add volume to their face to help with sagging skin as well as minimize fine lines and wrinkles.  So while your body is producing its own collagen and the skin is beginning to tighten, the fillers and/or botox are adding immediate volume and smoothing fine lines and wrinkles.  The combination of these procedures can help to extend the longevity of the treatments and produce more of a desired result.

At Cool Springs Plastic Surgery, we understand you may have questions about these procedures, so call us today at 615-771-7718 and one of our providers would love to discuss each how you might benefit from combining Ultherapy with neuromodulators or filler

Written by Natalie Copeland, NP

 

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